Things To Do
Whatever your interest is, we can provide information and advice to help you to get the most out of your stay at Wood View. Maps and routes are available for walkers/mountain bikers as well as the option of a drop-off or pick-up if you need it. Timetables are also available for the Settle to Carlisle Railway.
The Southern Area of the Yorkshire Dales National Park is renowned for its stunning limestone scenery. This is Three Peaks country, with the start of the classic 25 mile Three Peaks route at Horton in Ribblesdale only ten minutes drive away. If you want something a little less challenging then follow one of the old drover's lanes that criss-cross the area and explore the limestone scars and pavements of Oxenber, Moughton and Norber, or experience the quiet solitude of Crummackdale.More on Walking
Austwick is the ideal base for exploring this part of the Yorkshire Dales on a mountain or road bike. The Pennine Cycle Way (Route 68), Yorkshire Dales Cycle Way and the Pennine Bridleway National Trail pass only a mile from the village. The area has terrain to suit all tastes, whether you prefer a sedate ride along a bridleway or some fast technical single track - the country around Austwick can provide it. Wood View also has facilities for cleaning bikes and drying kit, lockable bike storage & local trail knowledge as David, the owner, also rides.More on Biking
Settle to Carlisle Railway
Opened in 1876, the Settle to Carlisle Railway is one of the country's most famous and scenic railways. Catch the train at Settle station and wind up the Ribble Valley to the 24 arch Ribblehead Viaduct, through the Blea Moor Tunnel and on to the highest mainline station in England at Dent. Then follow the high ground of the Pennines to Appleby before dropping into the Eden Valley and on to Carlisle.